Choi Kang Chil Woo

Choi Kang Chil Woo


Title: 최강칠우 / Choi Kang Chil Woo
Also known as: Strongest Chil Woo, The Mighty Chilwu
Chinese Title : 最強七迂
Genre: Historical
Episodes: 20
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2008-June-17 to 2008-Aug-19
Air time: Mondays & Tuesdays 21:55 (9:55 Korean time)



Kang Chil Woo is a lowly officer during the Joseon era. Chil Woo is not a very smart and one of his life long goals is to become a midlevel officer. However when night falls, he is no longer that low level officer but instead a top assassin in an assassination organization. He gives out punishment to criminals and gives justice where needed. So Yoon and Chil Woo have a tragic love story. Yeon Doo is the daughter of a fallen yangban who owns a textile shop. She falls in love with Chil Woo after he rescues her from thugs who were harassing her.


Eric as Kang Chil Woo / Choi Chil Woo
Koo Hye Sun as Yoon So Yoon
Kim Byul as Yeon Doo
Yoo Ah In as Heuk San
Lee Un as Ja Ja
Jun Noh Min as Min Seung Kook

Extended Cast

Im Ha Ryong as Choi Nam Deuk (Chil Woo’s adoptive father)
Kim Young Ok as Mong Dung Ne (Chil Woo’s adoptive grandmother)
Choi Ran as Chung Ju Daek (Chil Woo’s adoptive mother)
Jang Joon Young as Chul Suk
Kang Jae as Jo Ahn Joong
Im Hyuk as Kim Ja Seon
Jung Jin as Sa Na Jang
Shin Seung Hwan as Leader Oh
Park Joon Suh as Leader Jung
Nam Myung Ryul as Do Sa
Jung Won Joong as law expert
Choi Jung Woo as King In Jo
Song Yong Tae as Do Jae Jo
Son Kwang Up as commander
Im Ho as Crown Prince So Hyun
Kang In Duk as the boss Eung Gi (cameo, ep7)
Han Ye In (cameo, ep3)
Oh Man Suk as Chil Woo’s biological father (cameo)
Kim Ji Suk (cameo)
Choi Soo Han as young Chil Woo
Lee Han Na as young So Yoon
Kim Hong Pyo
Park Hyo Bin
Seo Ji Yeon as Mok Hee

Production Credits

Director: Park Man Young
Scriptwriter: Baek Yoon Chul
Producer: Park Man Young